The Minneapolis Convention Center has a dome that is a dream for lighting designers. This 144 foot circular truss was the anchor for the lighting vision. The 13,000 pound LED wall was the mainstay for all the presentations.
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EventDrawings.com rigging layouts are checked by ETCP certified riggers to confirm that they contain appropriately calculated load numbers. As always, it will ultimately be up to the in-house riggers to make final determinations and approvals, our drawings contain enough detail about the gear being used and the anticipated weight load of each rigging point that minimal revisions are rarely requested.
Light plots are essentially a map of where all your lighting gear needs to be placed within the venue. They contain information as to what lighting units are being specified along with all those channel numbers, colors, electrical circuits, and more to make them all work. Whether ground supported or rigged overhead, our drawings can show you the anticipated light coverage upon your stage, as well as, where the shadows… Read More »Light System Plots